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How To Make Your Feed-in Cornrows Last Longer & Clean For The summer

In today’s video, Rika’s going to talk about feed-in cornrows or Goddess braids. This is about what to used and how to maintain them. If you want to maintain your feed-in braids like her, follow along to see what she puts in her hair, how often she washes it – that’s hugely important, how to stop your itchy scalp, and watch carefully for her sleep routine it’s very much on point. Even if you didn’t have feed-in cornrows, you could still do it, and that’s how effective it is. So check it out if you always wanted feed-in cornrows but were afraid of the maintenance. This detailed video is for you.

Feed-in Cornrows!: Maintenance, Itchy Scalp, Sleeping Routine


How To Make Your Feed-ins Last Up to 3 Weeks!

Protective styles are super trendy this summer! This video was taken on day 14 (2 weeks). When my hair gets old or starts looking frizzy, i do this to get another 3 days out of them! Watch the video to see how you too can get the maximum time out of your braids!


Feed-in Braids Tutorial on Short Natural Hair Watch how she slays her TWA!


How to Clean Cornrows, Braids & Twists Without Washing

A quick video on how to remove build-up from box braids, twists, and other protective styles without washing/shampooing and frizzing! Throughout the course of these videos, you will learn various ways to care for and maintain your feed-in cornrows. Everyone got their ways to do it, so relax and watch Daye show you how she slays the maintenance.


Wash & Refresh Dirty Braids Tutorial

If you’ve been wearing a hat to hide your dandruff, this video is for you. Look…it’s important to learn how to care for braids. Instead of taking them down because they got dirty, you can watch how Allofdestiny’s keeping her braids/cornrows nice and clean. No need to take them down and retwist…who got time for that. This method helped refresh the braids and get rid of the dirt, dandruff and buildup. If you apply this method on the regular, it can extend your feed in braids an additional 2 weeks or more before taking them down.

Feed-in cornrows maintenance
Feed-in Cornrows

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